AGW = More AND Less Hurricanes
We’re experiencing a major drought. Hurricane drought that is.
Steven Goddard: “Over the last five hurricane seasons, the US has had a total of three hurricane strikes – Irene, Issac and Sandy. This few hurricanes has happened only twice before – in 1984 and 1866.”
The conclusion here is obvious: We were told that anthropogenic global warming – now conveniently referred to as “climate change” – would result in a significant increase in the number and intensity of hurricanes. But what the Goracle and his minions really meant was that global warming would result in an increase and decrease in the number of hurricanes.
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